Starting a business can be a lonely process.
Months of lockdown isolation probably hasn’t helped, but if you’re ready for a spot of business networking (while adhering to social distancing rules), Cork Entrepreneurs Network has come up with a way to make it happen.
Netwalking is a weekly meet-up where you can chat with other founders while enjoying some fresh air and exercise in Cork’s beautiful Lee Fields. You might meet a potential business partner or customer, find some inspiration or advice, but at the very least you’ll likely leave with a few new friends.
“We will show up every Wednesday at noon over the summer to facilitate an environment where you can network, connect, build relationships, support each other and share a cuppa,” says Laura O’Connell of Cork Entrepreneurs Network.
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“Pets and children are welcome but this is also open to everyone who wants to keep up their networking and grow their business and build great quality connections or simply learn how to network effectively,” she added.
Interested? The group meets at 12pm every Wednesday at The Bean & River coffee pod at the back of the Kinglsey Hotel.
You can sign up for free here.